Food For Kids Representative

Food For Kids Representative


The Food for Kids Representative assists with the operational and logistical functions related to the activities of the division’s direct-service programs. Responsible for identifying potential organizations serving children, recruitment and selection of Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) sites to reduce child hunger by closing the meal gap. Conduct site visits/reviews to ensure compliance with CACFP and SFSP requirements.

If you are looking for a mission-focused organization where innovation and teamwork are encouraged and new ideas are valued, then this is an ideal position for you.

We value diversity and inclusivity and are thus always looking to diversify our staff with an eye toward race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, and age, among other areas. Candidates who bring such diversity are encouraged to apply.

Opportunity type
Programs / Agency Relations / Clients
Job responsibilities

Essential Functions:

Research, recruit, and secure potential sites for the CACFP and SFSP programs in accordance with the Food Bank of the Rockies targeted areas and requirement criteria.
Maintain and strengthen relationships with current sites.
Perform site monitor duties, develop and maintain site visit schedules for “reviews” and “visits,” and complete all the required documentation to ensure compliance with CACFP and SFSP.
Communicate with sites regarding meal count updates and ongoing communication with the kitchen to ensure updated numbers weekly.
Ensure that all site visits/reviews are conducted promptly, are correctly documented, and update the tracking spreadsheet.
Ensure all procedures are followed in accordance with the CACFP and SFSP standards.
Primary Food for Kids lead for Link2Feed implementation. Promote database software, recruit participation, and organize trainings. Monitor partner continuous usage/compliance and resolve issues.
Food Safety and Civil Rights monitor Food For Kids programs. Track all agencies for compliance. Send out all reminders and instructions. Work with Outreach Division to update the spreadsheet for Food For Kids agencies.
Work in collaboration with Food Bank of the Rockies’ culinary kitchen, Operations, and Transportation teams, and outside meal vendors to ensure timely and detailed communication of meal service processes and procedures for new and existing sites.
Responsible for coordination and submission of Food For Kids content for the monthly Programs newsletter. Maintain Luminate email list.
General Duties- sends menus to sites monthly. Create an activity calendar as needed for SFSP-designated sites.

Application qualifications

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Commitment to fulfilling Food Bank of the Rockies mission and positively representing the brand both internally and externally
Intermediate to Advanced Computer Proficiency (Word, Excel, and Outlook)
Problem-solver takes initiative, self-motivated, well organized, accurate, detail-oriented
Ability to multi-task, meet deadlines and perform duties with minimal supervision
Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
Good communication skills. Strong presentation skills and must enjoy training to large and small groups
Good people and mentoring skills
Keep abreast of regulations updates and developments in CACFP and SFSP programs.

Required Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent; Bachelor's degree preferred or equivalent combination of experience and education
Previous customer service experience
Must have a valid driver's license and reliable transportation


Food Bank of the Rockies offers a fulfilling workplace and comprehensive benefits package, including paid time off; paid sick leave; 10 paid holidays; 401K retirement plan with a 6 percent employer-paid match; and competitive employee health, dental, and vision, including maternity/paternity leave. We offer 8 hours of volunteer time.

About the organization

About Food Bank of the Rockies

Founded in 1978, Food Bank of the Rockies was originally known as the Colorado Food Clearing House. Operating from a 900-square-foot schoolroom in northwest Denver, the fledgling organization collected bread from a nearby Safeway store, our first food donor, and distributed it to Little Sisters of the Poor, our first partner agency. Today, Food Bank of the Rockies has extended its reach across northern Colorado, providing food and supplies to more than 800 hunger-relief programs.

Since 1978, Food Bank of the Rockies has provided more than 700 million meals for people in need. So far in 2021, through our direct service programs and partners, we have distributed over 66 million pounds of food, the equivalent of nearly 54 million meals annually or 226,000 meals every day to children, seniors and families in need. Food Bank of the Rockies is a member of Feeding America and of Feeding Colorado, a consortium of the five food banks operating in Colorado.

Food Bank of the Rockies has a staff of 180 employees at distribution centers in Denver, Wyoming and the Western Slope